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February 9, 2015 / Fantelius

Four Evil Questions

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What is more evil:

1- burning 1 man to death or injecting 1000s of people with deadly cancer?

2- chopping off 1 person’s head or deforming 100s of new born babies so badly that some die immediately but none will survive a year?

3- killing 10 people while blowing yourself up or ordering the deaths of 2000 people while throwing smiles of freedom and democracy at cameras?

Questions 1 and 2 refer to the use of DU-weapons which contaminate the environment with radioactive particles. Exposure typically causes neurological and reproductive damage beside leukemia.

DU stands for depleted uranium. The UN has declared DU-weapons to be illegal and classifies them as weapons of mass destruction. This is denied by the US, Israel, France and England, countries that happen to produce and/or use these weapons. These countries also deny the effects of DU-weapons. It’s just a coincidence that the people of Fallujah have ”the highest rate of genetic damage in any population ever studied” and that Iraq is now the leukemia capital of the world. It must also be a coincidence that US soldiers who were in combat areas where DU-weapons were used are twice as likely to have deformed children as compared to control groups.

Question 3 refers to the people killed (so far) by hellfire missiles launched from drones in Pakistan, Sudan, Yemen and Somalia.

4- How come the head-choppers, people-burners and suicide bombers who kill a few people are designated as monsters while the mass-murderers, mass-destroyers and causers of incalculable suffering are designated as freedom-loving good-guys?

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“Some people in the Middle East have taken up the Christian custom
of burning people alive.
Using gasoline instead of a bonefire is a modern adaptation.
Tied to a pole however standing on a pile of wood
would make for better TV.
(On this very day in 1555, Bishop of Gloucester John Hooper,
a whistle-blower of his day, was burned at the stake.)”
Dartwill Aquila

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